Netflix’s ‘Zombieverse’: A Reality Zombie Apocalypse Survival Series

Netflix has revealed a thrilling teaser for its upcoming Korean Reality show, Zombieverse. Set to premiere on August 8, the show unites a different cast of celebrities, including K-pop icon Tsuki of Billlie, actress Lee Si-young from Sweet Home, television personality Noh Hong-chul, comedian Park Na-rae, and 2 Days And 1 Night star DinDin, among others.

In Zombieverse, these stars will face an ultimate test as they explore a zombie-infested Seoul, battling to track down food, safety, and wellbeing while at the same time finishing day to day responsibilities to remain in the game. The show vows to offer special and engaging zombie experiences, featuring bumper car-steering and swing boat-riding zombies, unlike anything seen before in the genre.


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Zombieverse happens in a post-apocalyptic Seoul, where a destructive zombie infection has unleashed ruin, transforming the city into a hazardous hunting ground. Contestants must work together to outwit the undead and survive the challenging quests thrown their way.

The official description given by Netflix suggests the question: “In Seoul, where a zombie virus outbreak has run amok, who will outwit the undead in the face of challenging quests and come out alive?” The survival part of the show is intensified by the rule that anybody bitten by a zombie is promptly killed from the game. This adds an additional layer of strain and stresses the significance of teamwork and strategic decision-making.

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The Cast of Netflix’s Zombieverse

Zombieverse boasts an impressive lineup of participants from various entertainment backgrounds. Lee Si-young, known for her role in the famous Korean horror series Sweet Home, brings her acting abilities and on-screen presence to the show.

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Ro Hong-chul, a well known television superstar who has showed up in shows like Infinite Challenge and The Hungary and the Hairy, includes his comedic style with everything else. Park Na-rae, a DJ and jokester, and DinDin, a rapper and television character, carry their unique talents and personalities to the game.

Additionally, Fukutomi Tsuki, a Japanese singer from the K-pop girl group Billlie, and Yoo Hee-kwan, an professional baseball player, contribute their different abilities to the competition. The cast likewise incorporates Jonathan Yiombi and Patricia Yiombi, television personalities known for their entertaining presence, and Kim Jin-young, a YouTuber and vlogger who previously appeared on Single’s Inferno season 2.

What separates Zombieverse from other unscripted TV dramas is its obligation to authenticity. The series draws inspiration from successful Korean zombie shows like Kingdom and Alive, guaranteeing a true and exciting experience.

To accomplish this, the show has enrolled the art team behind All of Us Are Dead, another popular Korean zombie series, to create visually captivating scenes. Besides, the choreographers from Kingdom, known for their exceptional work in crafting intense and impactful action sequences, ensuring an elevated level of excitement and fear.

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Previous Zombie Apocalypse Reality Shows

While Zombieverse carries an interesting twistto the reality show genre with its focus on zombies, it is not the first series to explore this concept. In 2015, I Survived a Zombie Apocalypse, a reality tv game series, broadcasted on BBC Three.

Contenders in that show attempted to survive one week in a shopping mall overrun by zombies, finishing different tasks while ensuring their safety. Another notable example is Reality Z, which aired on Netflix in 2020.

This Brazilian series featured players trying to survive a zombie outbreak within the confines of a television studio in Rio de Janeiro. Zombieverse adds to the growing list of shows that test contestants’ survival skills in the face of a fictional zombie apocalypse.

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